On 28 April 2010 12:13, Graeme Gill <graeme@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Yes, you're right, it saves it in the same dir as the executable. > (I went and looked for this possibility, but missed it.) > It ignores a failure to open the file for reading because > it's not necessary for correct functioning. Sure, I think it's important to at least show a warning in this case. strace really was my last resort. > I'm open to other suggestions. An "ARGYLL_HOME" environment path to > override the default ? Can't you just use the current working directory like you've done in other places? What I save the ti1, ti2 and those files in a GCM specific directory just by setting the working directory before I run the other argyll commands and the output files pop up there. Richard.